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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7922, 1 June 1889
AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS’S THEATRE. SIMONSEN’3 ENGLISH AND COMIC OPERA COMPANY. TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), LAST TIME, LAST TIME, Balfe’s Romantic Opera, in four acts, SATANBLLA, or THE POWER OF L'DYE. MONDAY and TUESDAY NEXT, LES CLOOHES DE CORNEVILLE, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, JUNE 5 and 6, Gounod’s Masterpiece, in fire acts, FAUST ! FAUST f FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 7 and 8, H.M.B. PINAFORE; And, by general desire of the Subscribers and the Public at large, between the acts, Mr MARTIN SIHONSBN will on each of these two nights perform some of his WONDERFUL VIOLIN SOLOS, so much admired over the civilised world. Prices of Admission—Dress Circle, ss; Stalls, 8s; Second Stalls, 2s; Fit, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano D<.-p6t. Day tickets at S. Jacobs's and A. Allen’s, Princes street. £JITY HALL SKATING RINK. Open Morning, Afternoon, and Evenitg. A GRAND FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL Will beheld on Next THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS, To be followed by A BALL At 10.30 o’clock on the Friday Evening. Robertshaw’s String Band has been specially engaged to supply the Music for the Ball. GRAND MARCH of COSTUMED SKATERS At 8 30 each evening. The floor w'll be open to the public for GENERAL SKATING from 9 30 to 10.30. Tickets for Bril—Single, 2s 6J ; Double, 4*. Tickets can now be obtained at Rink Office. Splendid and commodious Dress Circle for Onlo kers. First-class Refreshments at moderate prices. The Caversham Brass Band (30) in full uniform each evening. Doors open at 7.30 o’clock. General admission, Is. T. H. WOOTTON, Manager. PALACE SKATING RINK, Moray Place. Now Open Daily—Morning, Afternoon, and Evening, for Ladies and Gentlemen, Engineers’ Band every (vening. Ad mis ion, One Shilling. N.B.—Look out for the Champion Lady Skater of the World, Miss Mabel Sylvester, Will appear shortly at Palace Rink. HOLINESS AND DIVINE HEALING ASSOCIATION. SOCIAL GATHERING cf Members . and Friends on MONDAY EVENING NexI’, 1 ’, in Milton Hall, Stuart street. Tea, 6.30 p.m. Tickets, Is; or at the door. Addresses and Testimonies. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. v, B. GAZETTE IN BANKRUPTCY, The evening stab is duly appointed Gazette for the publication of all Notices under the Bankruptcy Act. IN BANKRUPTCY. Estate of FRANCIS ALFRED PIERCE, of Mornington, Commission Agent. A FIRST AND FINAL DIVIDEND of (Is 6d) One Shilling and Sixpence in the £ will bo payable on all proved claims in the above Estate at my Office, No. 12 Rattray jtreet, on and after Wednesday, the sth day 5f June, 1889. JAMES ASHCROFT, Official Assignee Dunedin, Ist June, 1889. LOST AND FOUND. FIVE Pounds Reward for infoimation that will load to convict parties retaining One Yearling Steer and One Fat Bullock, tar brand D; lost five weeks since. Apply Manager Dunedin Co-operative Meat Supply. GST, Redand-white English Setter; anyone detaining will be prosecuted. John Wilson, Maori Hill. LOST, Brown Retriever Pup, white on breast; reward. Apply J. H. Chappell, Bell eknowes, LOST, Purse containing small sum money and key. Please return purse to Grange Hotel, Hanover street. AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 3rd JUNE, At 2 o’clock, JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mr Kane to sell by auction, at their Rooms, His Furniture, etc., including— Dining room suite in haircloth, parlor suite in silk tapestry, mahogany 100 table, red pine chest of drawers, oval walnut table, music canterbury, walnut bookcase, red pine cheffonier, fender and irons, Brussels and tapestry carpets, hearthrug, curtain piles and ring", window curtains, ornaments, vases, dinner and tea sets, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, spring and flock mattresses, blankets, washstands and ware, dressing tables, wardrobe, duchesse drawers and glass, oilcloth, wool rug, kitchen sofa, chairs, tables, linoleum, commode, wash'ng machine, filter, hip bath, linen basket, large dog kennel, portable boiler, kitchen and cooking utensils. Also, a few choice fruit trees, Etc,, etc., etc. TUESDAY, 4th JUNE, At 2 o’clock. JAMBS SAMSON AND CO. have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, A large and well-assorted stock of men’s and women’s drapery and clothing, boots, etc. Without reserve. MONDAY, 3rd JUNE At 2 o’clock. C JOHNS AND CO • have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms. Rattray street, The furniture of a 6-roomed house, Singer sewing machine, etc.; also, a quantity of new furniture. TUESDAY, 4th JUKE, At 11 o’clock. At Rooms, High street. Fn- Positive Sale, to Close Accounts. 150 Half-chests KAISOW CONGOU TEA, ‘-CHINA.” EC. REYNOLDS AND 00. 0 are instructed to sell the above tea by auction, at their Rooms, High street, on Tuesday, 4th June, at 11 o’clock. In lots to suit purchasers. Without reserve. TUESDAY 4th JUNE, At 2.39 o’clock. At Mackerras and Hazlett’s Bond, Crawford ftreet. Just landed, ox Mabel. On account of whom it may concern. 4 oases Crusader (14’s) tobacco 1 case Over the Water (14’s) tobacco 2 cases Over the Water, Nailrod (16’e) tobacco. lutside cases only lightly stained. O. REYNOLDS AND CO a are instructed to offer the above cos at auction as above stated. No reserve. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. Important Sale of BED-PINE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Of a Superior Description. EC. REYNOLDS AND OO • have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, High street, during the ensuing week, a choice consignment of above. Date and full particulars in future advertisements. FOR PRIVATE SALE. LEASE of SECTIONS SI and S2, Block 36, Dunedin, corner of Union and Olyde streets, containing Quarter - acre each; 22 months of Lease yet to run, with the right of purchase any time during currency of the Lease at LBOO. Rent, L 52 per annum. Section 31 contains a commodious 7-roomed House, with Garden and well-stocked Orchard. For price, terms, and further particulars, B. C. REYNOLDS AND 00., Auctioneers, High t-treet.
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